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Rita Ora puts in late contender for 2014s funniest Twitter fail
Oct 31, 2014 7:52am | Fact Magazine
Think A$AP Mob tanked at last night’s Culture Clash? At least they’re not Rita Ora.
The ‘Hot Right Now’ singer, who actually appeared at 2012′s Culture Clash with Major Lazer, put in a late contender for social media fail of the year this morning, tweeting that she would release a new single on Monday if said tweet got 100,000 retweets.
Despite Ora having almost 4 million followers, the tweet was only retweeted by 1,000 people, and was swiftly deleted (though Ora did RT a couple of sympathetic tweets from fans).
If you see ads emerge for a new Roc Nation social media manager in the coming weeks, you’ll know why.
Perfume Genius gives powerful performance on Letterman watch
Oct 31, 2014 7:50am | Cosequence Of Sound
Mike Hadreas new album as Perfume Genius, the gorgeous Too Bright, is all about an artist bringing his insecurities into the light. Last night, Hadreas went one step further with a gripping performance for the entire world on Late Show with David Letterman. Watch his intensely powerful rendition of “Queen” below.
Hadreas is currently in the midst of a massive tour behind Too Bright. His North American leg just recently wrapped, and he’ll be traveling through Europe beginning November 11th in Paris. See his full itinerary here.
Also be sure to check out the latest episode of our podcast, Relevant Content, which features Hadreas as the special guest.
mp3: CFCF NIGHT BUS 3 mix
Oct 31, 2014 7:45am | Gorilla Vs Bear
[CFCF drops the latest installment of his genre-defining NIGHT BUS mix series, featuring Young Thug, Burial + more]
Spoon represent Austin, TX on The Daily Show watch
Oct 31, 2014 7:35am | Cosequence Of Sound
The Daily Show is in Austin, Texas this week as part of its “Indecision 2014″ coverage running up to the midterm elections. As part of what he’s aptly dubbed, “South by South Mess,” Jon Stewart has been welcoming a number of local figures onto the show over the week. Last night, he was joined by the city’s favorite musical sons, Spoon. The band supported the release of their new album, They Want My Soul, by performing renditions of “Inside Out”, “Do You”, and “Rent I Pay”. Watch the replay below.
Following their Daily Show appearance, Spoon will head across the Atlantic to kick of a fresh leg of tour dates. They’ll bounce through Europe in early November and return stateside come December, including a New Year’s Eve show at the Dallas House of Blues. See their full itinerary here.
“Rent I Pay”:
Hear Chief Keefs new mixtape Back From The Dead 2
Oct 31, 2014 7:32am | Fact Magazine
Chief Keef has dropped the second instalment of Back From The Dead just hours after unveiling his collaborative mixtape with Gucci Mane.
Given it’s his first solo tape in over a year, following last October’s Almighty So, Back From The Dead 2 is a fairly patchy affair spread across 20 tracks, with production from Keef himself alongside 808 Mafia and Young Chop. Gucci Mane turns up on ‘Paper’ while Tadoe adds a verse to ‘Blurry’. Grab it from DatPiff or purchase the deluxe version on iTunes.
The sudden release of this tape and the Gucci collaboration comes just a few weeks after Keef was dropped by his record label Interscope. Meanwhile, Gucci’s still in jail but that has stopped him releasing a stack of new material. He recently penned a letter to fans pledging to take his career to the next level upon his release, currently scheduled for the end of 2016.
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Be the boss in giffgaffs new Halloween advert
Oct 31, 2014 7:31am | Fact Magazine
Sure, we’re all used to being bossed around by our actual bosses, but what about when it comes to your mobile network? That would suck, right?
Right. So why not switch over to giffgaff, a community-driven mobile phone network where we all get to be the boss – even on Halloween.
For more information, head to giffgaff.com or watch their cool Halloween advert above.
Listen: 1987 - Bomb
Oct 31, 2014 7:26am | The Line Of Best Fit
1987 will also be DJing at our upcoming Tove Styrke show at The Old Blue Last 6 November. It's free, but spaces are limited.>
The War on Drugs perform Burning on Conan watch
Oct 31, 2014 7:25am | Cosequence Of Sound
Most of the press The War on Drugs have been receiving lately has focused around Mark Kozelek’s constant trolling of the band. But lest ye forget, they also put out one of the best albums of the year with Lost in the Dream. (Though, to be fair, Kozelek’s latest Sun Kil Moon record is pretty great, too.) Last night, TWOD supported that excellent effort with a performance of “Burning” on Conan. Watch the replay below.
While waiting for Kozelek to “get over [his] fucking self,” The War on Drugs will be on tour through Europe and Australia in the coming months.. Amongst all the international dates, however, is a gig in Portland for 94.7’s A December to Remember show — though like many of the dates on their schedule, that’s already sold out. Check out the band’s full itinerary here.
Listen: Shivum Sharma - All These Years
Oct 31, 2014 7:16am | The Line Of Best Fit
London electro-R&B singer-songwriter Shivum Sharma has revealed the title track from his forthcoming All These Years EP, produced by Liam Howe (FKA Twigs, Tom Vek).>
Flying Lotus video for Ready Err Not is a Halloween treat watch
Oct 31, 2014 7:15am | Cosequence Of Sound
Happy Halloween from Flying Lotus. The producer aka Steven Ellison has unveiled his extra spooky video for “Ready Err Not”, one of the many great tracks appearing on his fifth LP, You’re Dead!.
Created by British animator David Firth, the clip features an array of terrifying imagery, including a decapitated FlyLo, giant spiders with one eyeball, mutant children who are joined together by their intestines, and a pair of loving cannibals. Even if you’re familiar with Firth’s gruesome work, the video will leave you feeling dead inside.
Tldr; this is probably the most fucked up thing you’ll see all day.
Kyla La Grange - Thekla, Bristol 30/10/14
Oct 31, 2014 6:38am | The Line Of Best Fit
A dreadful crowd dampen what is a thoroughly outstanding performance from the electro-pop singer-songwriter.>
Listen: Indiana - Jack
Oct 31, 2014 6:32am | The Line Of Best Fit
Described as a "contemporary ode to Jack The Ripper", Indiana marries crisp beats and spacey synths with noir-pop vox and a dash of violence.>
Richard Dawson - Nothing Important
Oct 31, 2014 6:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
An eclectic set of styles, experiments and curiosities from the North Eastern imagination. Darkness and delight, fantasy and nightmare. Enter here...
Dizzee Rascal just out-gored everyone with his Couple Of Stacks Halloween video
Oct 31, 2014 6:15am | Fact Magazine
If you thought Flying Lotus’s Halloween vid was gruesome enough, look away now.
Dizzee Rascal dons a wipe-clean fisherman’s jacket for some fun and games with a machetes in this ultra-gory video for ‘Couple Of Stacks’, which pastiches loads of horror classics along the way.
Play name-that-film in the vid over at Noisey, and beware definitely not safe for work/children/people with an aversion to watching heads getting split open.
Flashback Records opens a new branch in Shoreditch
Oct 31, 2014 5:36am | Fact Magazine
One of London’s hidden gems unveils a third shop.
The two existing Flashback Records outlets in Islington and Crouch End are a favourite haunt of many north London vinyl snoopers, with stock covering all genres and a regular calendar of in-store gigs to boot, so we’re chuffed to hear that the indie is about to open yet another shop.
The new premises is located on Bethnal Green Road in Shoreditch, just a stone’s throw from Brick Lane, and is one of several new record shops to open its doors in London this year. We’ve already welcomed a second Sister Ray just up the road from Flashback at Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel, as well as Love Vinyl in Hoxton, while vinyl junkies south of the river now have Rye Wax and YAM Records in Peckham.
Flashback Records opens its Shoreditch branch this Saturday (November 1) find it at 131 Bethnal Green Road, E2 7DG.
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